Deck Review: Purple
10 October 2020 | Davin Shin
This deck mainly focuses on controlling the board state of both sides with good removal such as trump card and vengeance effect while swinging the momentum with [BT2-080] Piedmon in the later stage of the game with re-summoning effects.
Pagumon - Gabumon/Tapirmon - Devimon
This is the main line to help control out the board state. [BT2-077] Devimon's <Vangeance> effect is amazing in trading in higher DP Digimon or trading in a blocker when checking for security. This devil boy is an amazing add to the deck, its low evolution cost plus it <Vengeance> effect makes it a very hard card for a opponent to deal with. On top of that, when Devimon dies while attacking you trigger the 2 others inherit ability which are trash 1 from [BT2-007] Pagumon and <Draw+2> discard 1 from [BT2-069] Gabumon. This combo escalates your win con tremendously, Not only you clear a Digimon from the other side, you get to cycle through your deck and fill up your discards.
Impmon - Beelzemon
This small dude aint no shrimp. With a low DP of 1000 he is the lowest rookie Level Digimon in term of power however with [BT2-111] Beelzemon's ability to hyperjump evolution he is worth a slot in this deck. When your discard has more than 10 cards Impmon becomes a threat as Beelza will have the Digivolve ability to remove an opponents Level 4 Digimon.
A great addition to the deck as when played from hand, by destroying a Digimon of your own, you get to destroy a level 5 or below Digimon on the other side. [BT2-072] Kimeramon synergize amazing with rookies such as Impmon (trash 3 when destroyed) , Tapirmon (Draw 1) and any Digimon evolving from Gabumon.
Why does it always have to be clowns? Remember all the cards you been tossing in the early game? All the goth devil boys and blockers sitting in your discard? This is where they come back for round 2.
Slam this clown man on the board and get back 2 of your lvl 4 Digimon from your discard. Low on security? No worries get back 2 Vilemon while you check them with your Piedmon. Too many Digimon on the other side? No worries get back 2 Devimon and go kamikaze on them. Piedmon can be an amazing momentum swing when played on the right time. Its cost of playing might be high but paying 12 for 3 Digimon is worth it in my books, not to mention it has vengeance by itself
A big boy to close out games if needed. Evolving into it removes a Digimon from the board plus he comes back to play if destroyed.
Tamer and Options
Ishida helps you get back those whoopies discard you made while filling up your discard, while Heat Viper and Trump Sword are you standard removals.
[BT2-071] Wizardmon has great cycling effect. If you run too little rookies and you need to cycle through your deck, this is a great card to play on top of Garurumon. If you are being floated with very little memory then [BT2-081] MetalGarurumon is a great addition to have. Evolving it cost 3 and it has a on attack effect that helps you put pressure on the board. As for [BT2-018] Volcanicdramon, i hate rookie rush.